Additional Registration Forms
Medical Information Form (PDF)
Cell Phone Policy (PDF)
Photo Release (PDF)
Waiver Form (PDF)
Day Camper Pick-up (PDF)
Equine Activity Release/Waiver (PDF)
Riding Packing List (PDF)
For more information, contact Madison Van Duyne at (540) 362-6216 or email@example.com.
This camp offers Roanoke area riders the opportunity to learn more about hunter/jumper riding and the care of horses from experienced college instructors. Two camp options offer riders of different levels the opportunity to gain knowledge and self-confidence throughout the week. Participants will enjoy the outstanding equestrian amenities used by Hollins' nationally known and award-winning riding team. Each week will conclude with a Saturday morning showcase.
To better evaluate your riding experience and place yourself in a camp comprised of students with a similar skill level, please review the description below. Select the riding camp on the application which best corresponds to your riding experience:
Beginner: Comfortable at the walk and trot, learning to canter
Intermediate I: Comfortable at the walk, trot, canter and learning to jump low jumps
Intermediate II: Comfortable at the walk, trot, canter and jump a course of 2' jumps
Advanced I: Comfortable at walk, trot, canter, and jump a course of 2'6" jumps
Advanced II: Previous experience jumping a horse in horse shows 3' or higher.
Nancy Peterson received a B.A. from Roanoke College and has been at Hollins since 1972. She has received many awards and honors: Virginia Horse Center Hall of Fame; IHSA Lifetime Achievement Award; ODAC Coach of the Year (five times); VHSA Horseperson of the Year; Guy Burkholder Memorial Sportsmanship Award; Susan Hagan Award; Andrew M. Montgomery Award; Roanoke Valley Horse Show Hall of Fame; Virginia Horse Center board of directors; VHC Horseperson of the Year; Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association president; VHSA board of directors; Roanoke Valley Horsemen's Association president; Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association Hall of Fame.
Sandy Gerald received a B.S. from Louisiana State University. He is a respected course designer and USEF "R" judge. Among his many awards and honors are: Virginia Horse Show Association's Susan H. Hagan Memorial Trophy; ODAC Coach of the Year (six times); Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association Hall of Fame; VHSA Horseman of the Year (twice); VHSA president; VHSA board of directors; Andrew Montgomery Award; Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association president; IHSA Zone 4, Region 2 president.
Liz Courter received an A.A. degree from Southern Seminary and has been a riding instructor at Hollins since 1982. Her awards and honors include: Guy Burkholder Memorial Sportsmanship Award; ODAC Coach of the Year (three times); Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association board of directors (two terms).